Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

DETECT respects the privacy of individuals using this website and is committed to protecting it. Our website has been constructed in such a way that individual users do not need to identify themselves. In instances where people do e-mail us, their queries are dealth with by the webmaster and the programme manager and their information will not be passed on to third parties.

We may, however, collect non-personal information about visits to our website for the purpose of evaluating the performance of the website and this information does not identify anyone.

This site is made available on the condition that DETECT is not held liable for the actions of others as a result of the information or opinions within. Please be aware that DETECT are also not responsible for the privacy practices or the contents of any website that is linked to ours.

By using this website, you are agreeing to the terms of our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with this policy, please do not use our website.

Website Mission

The DETECT website is intended to provide general information about the epidemiology of psychosis, signs and symptoms and widely recommended treatments. The advice provided in this website is general and for specific advice you should contact a qualified mental health professional. Our intended audience is the general public, general practitioners and other health professionals. DETECT only targets those over the age of 16.

Advertising Policy

The DETECT Website does not host or receive funding from advertising or from the display of commercial content.

Cookie Policy

The DETECT Website or App do not use cookies.

 

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